An observer group, Center for Diaspora affairs has now come out to fault IEBC boss Wafula Chebukati for announcing the winner of the presidential polls without consulting with the other 4 commissioner.
Photo courtesy: Wafula Chebukati handing over certificate to William Ruto
According to Citizen TV, the Lobby group has pointed out failures by IEBC during the just concluded elections where William Ruto was declared president elect.
Khalifa has said that for instant, in Makueni and other areas there was massive failure of KIEMS kits and this was a setback to voters.
The Centre for Diaspora has alleged that there was massive rigging during tallying of votes and this has seemingly revealed more details to Kenyans.
This comes as Azimio La Umoja are seeking to seek justice with former Prime Minister Raila Odinga rejecting results of the presidential election While Kenya Kwanza have committed to stay firm.
For more click on this link via Citizen TV....
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